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of the world, we pulled out of iraq, we pulled out of afghanistan, and iran is continuing on with the nuclear program and our critics say our allies do not trust us. >>guest: that is false. partners and allies have responded effectively and promptly when we asked them to protect our facilities. >>chris: well, it took three days in cairo. >>guest: what happened in cairo was not sufficiently oh bust when president obama picked up the phone and together to president morsi, and right away things changed. what happened is the authorities in egypt have been robust in protecting our facility, not just in cairo but elsewhere in the country. president morsi has calmed for calm. we saw the same thing in yemen, in libya, tunisia. >>chris: so why ask all nongovernmental personnel to leave tunisia and sudan? >>guest: but are not asking all nongovernmental personnel. >>guest: we assess the security conditions necessity this, we have asked temporarily family members and nonessential personnel depart. we do that all over the world when security circumstances warrant. it is short-term. it is temporary. it is
that part of the world that we pulled out of iraq, we are are pulling out of afghanistan, that iran is continuing on with its nuclear program and they say our critics is that our allies no longer trust us and our enemies no longer fear us. >> chris, that is just false. our partners and allies value voters responded effectively and promptly when we have asked them to protect our facilities and our people. >> chris: well, let's -- it took three days in cairo. >> and what happened initially in cairo was not sufficiently robust when president obama picked up the phone and spoke to the president right away things changed. and that is an evidence of our influence and impact and what happened was that the authorities in egypt have been very robust in protecting our facilities not just in cairo but elsewhere in the country. the president has issued repeated condemnations of the violent response and called for calm and we have seen the same thing in yemen, in libya, in tunisia and many other parts of the world. >> why are we asking all nongovernmental personnel to leave sudan and tunisia. >>
that was in the united states. and with drawing from iraq and out of iraq and gradually with drawing from afghanistan. the president has made speeches of the outreach and this changed things. and what happened in the muslim world in the last week or 10 days is will powerful evidence that is changed. the administration is not prepare tod face that and they went in spin mode and it turned out badly when it was plain on most american's face that the september 11 and rounds of ammunition and attack on the embassy was denied by the for days and even now they keep falling back on the video. it was a terrible embarrassment. i am not sure it appeared that way in the coverage. but that is what it should be. >> chris: kasie? >> you can see as romney tried to deal with this as well as with the administration, he jumped on it initially and took the heat in the beginning, this is it an evolving situation you for the obama campaign. he spoke before all of the facts were known and the facts are still coming out for what happened. and that is something that the administration will have to deal with going forward as
to the united states and that we are withdrawing from iraq and out of iraq and gradually withdrawing from afghanistan. the president has made speeches of outreach and that this had changed things and what happened across the muslim world in the last week or ten days is powerful evidence that very little has changed and i don't think the administration was prepared to face that and they went into spin mode and it turned out very bad l badly fom when what seemed plain as the nose on one's face to i think most americans, the anniversary of 9/11, attack on the embassy, evidently prepared rounds and rounds of ammunition present, was denied by this administration for days and even now they keep falling back on talking about the video. you know, this ought to have been a terrible embarrassment. i'm not sure it appeared that way at least in its coverage but that is what it should be. >> chris: kacie? >> you have seenly seen as romney tried to deal with this as well as with the administration while he jumped on it it initially and took a lot of the heat in the beginning this is an evolving situati
not say we thank our young men and women over in iraq and afghanistan. >> chris: kristen. >> the jobs numbers is overstated . people are much more in tune. they don't need people to tell them there are not enough jobs. they know that. and one thing i wouldn't undermest estimate is bill clinton it is much more anticipatedine more than obama or romney. and i wouldn't underestimate the good house keeping seal of approval from bill clint and the affect. >> how is good house keeping? >> that is remarkable. because you look at these two presidents who took the early jectory and similar. big health and ambitious and health care programs and in clinton's case never passed and a wash out in the midterm election bill clinton made the opposite decision of how to react than barak obama. bill clinton turned to the center and worked with the republicans and made concessions like budgary tax matters and all of the things barak obama has refused to do clinton by this time up for election, it was moving and it was pretty strong and he won over whelmingly. it was nothing like the kind of trouble this p
there in afghanistan and iraq. >>> on the jobs numbers i think it was a little over stated the effect. people are much more in tune with how they feel fwhings. they don't tell them there aren't enough jobs they already know that. one thing i would not underestimate is bill clinton's speech. it is the most anticipated speech more than obama's or romney's was. i wouldn't underestimate that good house keeping seal of approval from bill clinton and the effect it has son so many voters. >> good house keeping. >> that is so remarkable because you look at these two presidents the early trajectory were similar big help am biambition d big healthcare. with clinton it never passed. washout in the mid term election. clinton took the opposite decision from the one that obama made. bill clinton made a big turn to the center worked with the republicans made concessions like mad on budgetary and tax matters all of the things that barack obama had the opportunity to do but refused to do. clinton when he was up for reelection the economy was moving wasn't moving as much as it would soon come to but it was strong. he w
and women who fought over there in afghanistan and iraq. i think that was a mistake. >> chris: kirsten? >> on the jobs numbers i think it is a little overstated the effect. i think people are much more in tune with how they feel about things. they don't need anybody to tell them there aren't enough jobs. they already know that. one thing i would not underestimate is bill clinton's speech. it is the most anticipated speech more than even obama's or romney's was according could pugh. i wouldn't underestimate the good house keeping seal of approval from bill clinton and the effect it has on voters. >> good house keeping. [ laughter ] >> that is so remarkable. because you you look at these two presidents who took the early trajectory of whose administrations were quite similar. big ambitious healthcare programs and in clinton's case never passed and big washout in the mid term election and bill clinton made the opposite decision of how to react to that from the one barack obama made. made a big turn to the center and worked with the republican ares and made concessions like mad. all the th
to last august. $848 billion is from ending the wars in iraq and afghanistan which was money we were never going to spend any way and is bore road. and $800 billion from lower debt payments. mr. goolsbee, i have looked at the president's plan. he has almost no tough spending cuts. doesn't shrink the size of government and does nothing serious about structural reform of entitlements. >> look, i -- the premise of that question is unilateral action and the overriding summary the president has put forward is he put forward a budget in the discussion of the budget and in the debate last year over the dent ceilin debtt would get to the $4 trillion goal that came from bowles but part with taxes and part with spending cuts. >> chris: but the spending cuts he is talking about the -- if i may, if i may, mr. goolsbee. you would agree that the spending cuts that he put forward that are in his budget plan are largely bogus. >> no, you just added largely bogus and i do not agree with that. we have had major cuts on various parts of the defense discretionary of ten year freeze. the budget window is a ten
. >> there is a record, right? there is a record in iraq. >> and the issues in the campaign. >> chris: i want to move to one last question. we have a couple of minutes left. benjamin netanyahu's speech to the u.n. if nothing else will be remembered for his looks like a cartoon bomb drawing the red line. some experts read the speech as actually softening the approach to obama. he said he appreciates the obama administration stance towards iron and seemed to be putting off any possible attack against iran into next spring or summer. is that the way you read his speech? >> he is responsible and is not going to go and insult the president of the united states. i thought it was a classic example of how the media gets things wrong. the medi media merittive. it was on the prompt page and around the world. and everybody wanted to talk vaguely about red lines and he explained why you cannot allow them to get downa certain point and you got to stop them before they can just flip the switch and go to a nuclear weapon. i thought it was a very effective speech and mitt romney should give a an importt foreign poli
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